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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I VOLUME 53, NO. 52 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY DEC. 30, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR


r Tilman Robinson Jr. AIR FORCE CONSISTSOF : School Plant NEW POLICIES MAY I Louie M. Whitaker ;

MANY INTERESTSIN MEDICARE

! Funeral Service AEROSPACE AGEIn Survey Slated INSURANCE HELP IN DEAL Dies, Wednesday ..j


c Friday Morning the last few years you've For Next WeekA State Treasurer-Insurance Com After Brief IllnessLouie

probably heard or read a good missioner
Broward Williams
services for Tilman school plant team
Funeral
survey M. Whitaker
Flagler
deal about America's Aerospace .
said Florida's health insurance
today
W. Robinson Jr.. will be held Team-the United States Air from the State Department of County Road Superintendent,
from the First Baptist Church Education, will cortduct: a studyof companies are developing
i. Force. Just what exactly do passed away early' Wednesday
of Bunnell at 10 o'clock Friday school plant problems and new policies designed te
morning at the Halifax Hospital
those words "Aerospace Team",
I' plug the gaps in protection left
31. Rev. Thomas needs of
Dec Flagler County system
morning mean? Take "Aerospace". The after a brief Illness. lie was 67
by Medicare.The .
II M. Pinner Jr., will officiate. Interment Air Force functions mainly'In beginning on January 3, 1966. years of age
L will follow the same afternoon This will be the fourth compre Medicare program, which Mr. Whitaker was a native of
the Malr" or "atmosphere"thatpart
becomes effective July 1, 1966,
4:30 In the Wauchula hensive school building surveyof
at
r'. of theEarth's surroundingswhere Gordon, Alabama, coming to '\
offers basic rather than
com .
; Cemetery Wauchula, Florida. Its gravitational''' pull is Flagler County facilities made Flagler County 42 yean ago He ,
Coker Funeral Home of Wau- since the adoption of the Min plete protection against medical engaged In the farming and "
t fairly strong. But the Air ForceIs
. of arrange imum Foundation Program LaIn expenses. So, private Insur.
In
Is charge
chula I also active In what Is popular ante companies are preparing dairy business a number of j
1947. Previous
ments. I countywide years and had served as Flagler
known theEarth's
ly as 'space'-where
policies designed to ..upplemtntMedicare'
Friends may call after 7:30 attraction Is sufficiently surveys were made In February, County Road Superintendentfor
Thursday evening at the Craig 1948 and February, 1954. Sup. protection."But more than twenty years.He .
allow
weakened to us to put don't drop medical
201 East Moody Bun- plementary partial surveys were any
Chapel was a Mason and past
satellites Into
or spacecraft or
Insurance until hear from .
nell. made in August, 1955; January, you master of the Bunnell Masonic
"
Survivors are his parents Mr. bit.As far as the Air Force Is con 1957; and in March 1957.A your company, warned Com Lodge No. 200. lie was a memberof
missioner Williams.
"EverythingIs
and Mrs. Tilman W. Robinson, school plant survey is a I the First Baptist Church'of
cerned, "air" and "space form
Bunnell; 4 brothers, Bobby, Mike systematic study of the'ischool : still under study"The Bunnell. ..
Indivisible med.
operational
1 sister Jane, building problems and needs ofa Commissioner said some
and Jerry ,
Bryant ; He Is survived by his wife,
ium best described as "aero.space" -
5,000 forms applications, and
Bunnell. His maternal school system for the purposeof
al of And how about "Team"rThat's Ethelee of Bunnell; 5 daughters,
policies' were being studied by
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bar. securing data and formulating Mrs. Mary Fleetwood ,of San
where in. It
you come his career staff of in the
experts k
Zolfo Springs, suggestions to a
tow Williams, serve as Mateo Florida, Mrs. Frances
takes varied educa
people of
Insurance field to ensure
basis for planning for the fu. proper
Florida. Dorsey of Gainesville, Georgia,
intereststo
tional backgrounds and
protection and of Flor.Ida'
Tilman Jr., was the local delivery ture. coverage Mrs. Wanda Mercer of Bunnell,
make the mission In
aerospace estimated 775,000 citizens
boy for the Florida Times a success. Sound chal Dr. Charles E. Chick, Assistant eligible for medicare. Mrs Daisy Moody of Alexandria,
Union and was fatally InjuredIn lenging Then find out where Director of the State Departmentof Virginia and Mrs. Samuella
.
an accident at 6:45 a. m. on you flit into the picture from Education Tallahassee Florida Commissioner Williams assigned Friedman of Deland; 1 sister, .

highway 100 at the 1-95 Inter. Sergeant Dick Maves local AirFare will head the survey team, Deputy CommissionerFrank Mrs. Brunlce Nordman, Gordon,

change. lie was 17 years of age Recruiter at 221 Bay St. according to Superintendent Coy Alexander to study the Alabama; 1 brother, Clarence

and a student of the Bunnell Daytona Beach or call him at G. Harris, Jr. Other members of Medicare program and to conduct Whitaker, Gordon Alabama.
High School.Jubilee. 2539671. the team will Include outstanding a special Medicare school Also surviving art 9 grand
t members of the 'Florida for the 22 Field Offices to pro. children.

Events State school syitem. vide on-the-scene help for Flor- I Funeral services will be held

Film ScheduledFor As stated by SuperintendentHarris Idlans throughout: the State. from tho First Baptist Church of

Scheduled For It is imperative, If buildIngs at 2:30 Friday afternonwith
Club, Tuesday are to be provided for Rev. T. M. Pinner Jr. officiating. .
children when they are ready to Adult Education Interment will be at the
15th A film on nursing service is
January use them that planning be done Espanola Cemetery,
scheduled to be to memo '
ffoz3Je4A4tJpaterlalizing shown-Sentor-- to ,determine deyeloplngneed*. Classes l. B.egiri_ Iil Iettdj,may.. all at the ra g_.. '
-."_ bers.etvthe' Flagler- at "': .
: ; To'e i lind :uch .
; planning
for a Jam-up jamboree at the lens Club when the Club meets Chapel 201 E. Moody Blvd. from
I Quarter Horse Jubilee' slated for next Tuesday evening Jan. 4, in must be based on the most com Next Week 11...A.M.Thursday until 1:30: Fri. "*
Saturday, plete and accurate availabledata. afternoon. At the Church ;'
Flagler County on day
Community Hall at the MunicIpal Classes In adult education
January 15th. The event will be To secure such data, and from 1:30:: until the funeral hour.
Building Flagler Beach. will begin on Tuesday evening,
held the old Cracker Day formulate plans for meeting Craig Funeral Home of Bun.
on The film was planned as a pro. January 4, 1966 In the Bunnell .
grounds 8 miles south of Bun. school building needs progressive nell Is In charge of arrange.ments
gram feature In December but High School Cafeteria at 7:00:
school systems for the past .
nell on U. S. No.1.The could not be obtained In time p. m. A course in Stenoscrlpt .
will be several decades have conducted
t schedule of events for the,meeting date.A will be offered to eligible par. .j/
*as. ,follows: spokesman for the Club reported such school plant surveys. ticipants. Flagler Car .t

10:00 a. m. Batketweave-12 that 11 members met in A total of twenty-five persons ',

'years and below entry $1.00; the clubroom Christmas day to ALSAC Chairman have already registered for the Crash Fatal To ,

Basketweave--13-19 years, en. share a ham dinner. course which will be held each

try $1.00; doverleaf years The Jan. 4 meeting will begin Receives Citation'For Tuesday evening for a period of Tilman Robinson Jr. :

and below entry $1.00; Cloverleaf with a potluck supper at 6:00p. : fifteen to eighteen weeks. ThereIs t

I -13-19 years, entry $1.00 m. Members are asked to Bowers Plaque no registration fee, however Tilman Robinson Jr.* l local delivery I

'" '12:00: p. m. Jack Pot Barrel bring a covered dish or dessert each class member will pure boy for the Florida Times

'Open to alL Entry $15.00. and table service.CONSTRUCTION. Mrs. Ruth Geller ,ALSAC chase their' own book for the Union was Injured fatally and .

. ,* Johns Counties has received a be offered to those who desire collision between a compact

i 1:00: p. nx-Jack Pot Roping FOR framed citation from the St It. The Instructor will be Mrs. car and a tractor at the Inter

P' Contest-open to first 20 entries. CITIZENS BANK Jude Hospital In Memphis William H. Nixon of Port Orange section of 1-95 and 100 west of j
reeliSDO. Tenn., that a memorial plaque Florida. Bunnfll, at 6:40: Monday mom-

f 2:00: p. raChlldren's Cow BUILDING BEGINSPre I for Howard Bowers had been Ing.Young 1

Pony Race. Entry $1.00. placed In the Founders Room. INTERNAL REVENUE Robinson was dead on ,
I Adult Cow Pony Race. Entry construction arrangements The citation reads: "Be it arrival at the hospital. Injuredwas
$100. are underway this week for the known by all that Teenagers of SERVICE WILL HOLD the father Tilman W. Robe l'

Blooded Cow Pony Race. Entry beginning of the new Citizens Flagler and St. Johns County In bison, driver of the car and E. .
INSTRUCTION CLASSThe
r" ..$$..00.t Bank Building on the corner of memory of Howard Bowers being Smith of Briston/ Georgia, driver I
East and Pine The
Registered Quart< t Awards wlU be based on construction company 1s moving to the establishment of ALSAC,I will offer a course of instruction Young Robinson and his father .
amount of entry fern In each in the trailer office and tool an organization dedicated to' for persons who prepare Federaltax were enroute home from Flagler I;
houses and making preparation afflicted for others. The Instruction :
event alleviating the suffering of returns Beach after delivering paper
Hamburgers and soft drink lot'MtUnr the foundation for the humanity Is hereby declared I will cover: the latest when the accident secured at the '

f will be sold throughout tM day building.The a Silver Founder. In gratitude techniques In the preparation of Intersection where construction

r by the Youth Livestock Club and Construction Companywill this gift shall be acknowledged returns to be filed under the new was underway at the 1-93 Inter J
FFA members. Admission to the have 120 days to complete in the Founders Room of data processing system. The section.Mr. .

grounds will be 75c for children the building. St Jude Hospital Memphis. training will be tailored to meet Robinson ST.. and Mr.

and $1.25 for adults. Tenn,, for all to see." It was th needs of those who do not Smith are In the Halifax hospital

The events are geared so that RECREATION ADVISORY signed by Danny Thomas. receive informational material receiving treatment for

everyone with a hone from the COMMITTEE TO MEET The Silver Founder Is given to regularly distributed to professional minor Injuries."

most to the least could part d. those contributing five hundredto groups, bar associations
pate So now la a good time to The Flagler County Recreation one thousand dollars to the and CPA aoc eties. frrence room of the Ormond

get busy and start getting those Advisory Committee will fund. Flagler and St. Johns A special I Invitation U extend Reach First National Bank, Or-
plugs In shape meet' Thursday (tonight at,1:3: counties contributed over 11OO. O ed to employee or the account mond Beach Florida. Persons In.

I For personal note your 10 the office of the Superintendent from their drive last summer. Ing departments of local business forested may assure themselvea

County Agent would like to say of Public Instruction at the The ALSAC fund Is short for; firms and financial Institutions of a place In das by calling the

that he Is gradually making the Courthouse Chairman Joe Seale Aiding Leukemia Stricken who assist. client or employees Internal Revenue Service, Phone a

rounds and meeting new people. said today. American Children. In preparing Individualor 252-4319.

in Flagler every day. It will take c.:::=:: business tax returns; however r
some time to do the complete services and educational programs Florida ranks first In the na all others with an Interestare Spray, the first porpoise to be

Job however to date after near of the Extension Service lion In production of soapy welcome. Following the presentation born and reared In captivity, has

ly six weeks It hu been distinct In Flagler County are given to beans, sweet com. green pep. there will be a question given birth to her fourth baby

pleasure to know and work all and we Invite you to drop In pen cabbage cucumbers, eggplant and answer period. porpoise at Marineland. Now 18

I, with the many people that we or call us In the event we maybe radishes and watermelons, The special session will be yean old. Spray U the oldest 4'

have been In touch with. W* of some assistance on problems and second In tomatoes and eel held at 1:00 p. m. on Wednesday porpoise of a known age Jiving

would like to stress that the related to agriculture.. cry. January 12, IMA In tae eon- In captivity.I .

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It is available from county
Gardening In Florida agents.If .

(By Herrer Sharp) you have an ample supply Rights
of camellias, then consider a Quantity
Gardening Is like exchanginggifts. I WE GIVE METTS :
vine.The grape vine is the
Some folks do it before grape ***
answer for gardeners who have
Christmas while store owners PRICES GOOD
a yen for adding another fruit TOP
swear that most individuals exchange I Thurs. Fri.
Sat.
in the back yard. An arbor con.
gifts after Christmas.If strutted of notched rosin-rich VALUE SUPER MARKET i and MondayDec.
"after
you are in the
class," then consider exchang I poles and decked with split rails 30, 31, and

ing the unwanted gifts for I will add"acres.a"homestead look to STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Jan. 1. and Jan. 3
plants. A check-lIst. of plantsto your
I If the old-fashioned arbor idea Tel. 437-3201
barter for includes rose, aza Open Sat., Jan. 1st, (Close 7 p. m.)
does not suit your fancy, then
lea or camellia.
I there are a number of modern
Camellias can be used as
trellis methods for holding up
foundation plants, mass, screen
the fruiting vines. FLA. GRADE "A" FRESH
and accent plantings, lawn I
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With the idea of growing
Toy
and background unclipped grouping hedges, and clipped as I your own beverage. Take a FRYER QUARTERS Ib. 33'Breast

tubbed specimens in the patio I mind month because or so to the make grape up plant.your
or In the Florida room.
ing season is from now until
The sasanqua camellias can March. &: Ribs-Legs &: Thighs

be used as espaliers for creating The Lake Emerald and Blue COPELAND'S (Smoked)
foliage patterns on otherwise
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uninteresting fences and wall Lake grapes are a are number recommended.There of other
HOG JOWLS 'lb. 39
spaces. grapes that grow well in Floe ,
Slow growing camellia varieties
ida. For example, many of the
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are best for base accent and
Munson hybrids In combinationwith THRIFTWAY (All Meat)
hedge plantings, while varieties \
Florida wild species have
with spreading growth habitsare made long-lived acclimated root- ,
recommended for mass WIENERS Ib. 49
stock. Some combinations you ;
group and unclipped hedge may like to try are native stock 1
plantings. Varieties having a with such grapes as Edna, Mer 1..:<
pyramidal or upright habit are cldel Munson Carmen, Fern U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK ,,:
best suited for accent, formal
hedges.plantings and for clipped Munson laga. Marguerite and Arm. l STEAK lb. 59*

Grapes like any other plant,
Flower-wise the camellias are Cultivation
thrive best with care.
divided into seven groups. It Is
fertilizer
three applications of
essential to learn to recognize
per year, some. protection
these flower forms if are
you
against Insects and a place to
to speak the Jargon of a camel. vine U. S. CHOICE FAMILY WORLD'S BEST GROUND
cling to is all a grape ex

lia The fancier.flower forms range from pects Newly from planted a gardener.grape vines STEAK Lb.69' BEEF 3 Lbs$r9

the simple single to the irregular thrive well when fed tt poundof
double or peony form. In a "balanced" fertilizer In CAPITAL (By Armour) SMOKED
between the seml double, FIRST
are CUT
March May and July. A two. LINK
incomplete double Imbricated vine will need a full
year-old
double tiered and the regular feed. PORK CHOPS Lb. 55e
imbricated.If ing.pound of plant foot at each SAUSAGE Lb.' 450LEAN

you are unable to recognizethe
various flower forms from TENDER Lb. U. S. CHOICE (Boneless) Lb.
the above names then it is a Well over one million tourists
good idea to get a copy of Ex. came into Florida in each of the CUBE STEAK 89' ROUND STEAK 99''
I tension Service Bulletin 161A, months-except October and November
"Growing Camellias In Florida. -in, 1901.

I I Folera (ReI. or Drip) U. S. No.1 Canada Dry Big 28 Oz

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KRANTZ MOTORS COFFEE POTATOES DRiNKS


Chrysler Plymouth Valiant Lb. 49- Vent Vu.. 39-
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BLACK EYEPEAS WINTER GARDEN FRUIT
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$5.00 with Coupon | With purchase of With pure..... of With purchase of

GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 1965 2.00 or more Cosmetics 3 Ib>>,. or more Beef 1.50 Light| Bulbs,,
Dental Supplies Road
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I i :Jager3each HAPPY NEW YEAU .



' CLUB COMMUNITY MEMORIAL
WOMAN'S '
BEINGS CHRISTMAS CHEER INCH I I MEWS, I TO ALL

, According to Mrs. Sam Novick "Let us go Into the House of
Welfare chairman of the Flagler the Lord" (every Sunday would
'f 4 Woman's Club, several basketsof make a good New Year's resolu
'1 food were distributed to needy lion! Food
w families to make their Christ Sunday School begins at 9:45a. Flagler Store

; inas a happy one. She says her m.with the morning worship
, funds are depleted now and I service at 11 o'clock.
wishes to thank those"bringing I I Next Sunday the "Lord's Sup FLAGLER BEACH, FLORIDA
articles to help fill th baskets.I I per" will be observed. "The Two

Shut-in Club members were I I I Last Steps to the Cross" will be CLOSED SAT., JAN. 1, 1966 (New Years) and SUN., JAN. 2, 1966
with each. the subJect Rev. R. W. Dickert,
; remembered a plant
. I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY and FRIDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS
"The Gub's Christmas party, pastor.
is welcome to attend.Mr. DEC. 23, 24, 1965 RESERVED
using an idea of Mrs. E. P.I Everyone

Fleurie proved to be a success STORE HOURS-8 A. M.-6 P. M. Mon. Thru Thurs-S A. M.-7 P. M. Fri. & Sat.
!! with everyone attending having and Mrs. Leonard Moody
' a good time. Twelve tables were I and daughter, Katherine Lee, of FOR YOUR I
set up representing the months, Alexandria, Va. were house
of the year with each table assigned guests of his father, George NEW YEAR'S
I to a member whose I I Moody Sr., during the holidays.Mr. Hog Jowls lb. 39TONGUE

birthday came in that month. TRADITION
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Each table was to have a part : and Mrs. Mike Hornsby
in the program pertaining to the I visited .In Atlanta, Georgia during
month also.Tables the Christmas weekend with IN-TEETH OUTU.

were Judged before the her brother, Donnie Aaron and S. CHOICE GRADE BEEFChuck
covered dish luncheon was served family. They also spent some
by Mrs. Laura Griswold Mrs.I time In Jacksonville with his
I Max Hall and Mrs. Henry Bard. mother, Mrs. Winston D. Horns
itzsky who chose the July tableas I by and family. Steak lb. 59U.

winner. Mrs. R. K. Hirst was
in charge of this table using the
I Books Are Dish
July Fourth motif with sparklers My

glittering bright Her part oC the, By Dorothy Homonx S. CHOICE GRADE BEEFChuck
was outstanding wheo
program I The Flagler Beach Public Library -
Mrs. Max Hall the old English
sang
starting January 3, 1966,
Carol "ByeLow"Members ". ,jrfll be open three timee a week,
and guests sat at Roast Ib. 55
, Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
their ,birthday month table and
2:00 to 5:30. No charge. It'sj
every table was occupied but
next to the Fire House.
the June table, whose bride doll j
Thanks to last year's Recreation
placed in a dish of rice looked
Fund, (he Reference section 2 Oz. DIXIE JIFFY TENDER BABY BEEF
lonely. I
sTraditional
is beginning to shape up.
birthday cake and Several books bought In the'Fall STEAKS of I '
ice cream was served for dessert Pkf 99'LIVER59'
,we notice head the Christmas ;
and as the party was on Club
Lists such Morison's "Ox
member, Mrs. Edward A. Kru.ger's -II as SKINNED-PAN READYAMERICA'S
ford History of the American
:
birthday, she was asked to
People" and "Queen Victoria:
blowout the candles on a large SHURFINE CRANBERRY FAVORITE
Born To Succed" and the "La-
cake baked by Mrs..Charles Sin-
Rousse Encylopedla of Modern
delar. Following the program an SHORTENINGCRISCO
exchange of gifts was enjoyed. Art.
Books marked "reference" may
SAUCE.,
KENNETH EUGENE be studied in the Library but .

DAWSON, JR. not taken out, we,regret to say. .
The "New Century Book of
Mr. and'Mrs. Kenneth Eugene I Facts" is the best one volume 1 Lb. -
Dawson 'of Flagler Beach announce 3 Lb. 59 r
type of book of its kind we have Can IV .
the arrival of a son born I ever seen.' It's crammed with Can
December 23, at the Halifax knowledge." Limit 2-With 5.00 or more food order Limit I-With 5.00 or more food order
Hospital in Daytona Beach. He'

weighed five pounds 14 ounces Obsidian, a black smooth volcanic 300 BUSH BLACK EYE MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN
and has been given the name of
mineral, was the first
Kenneth Eugene Dawson, Jr. :glass known to ancient man. PEAS Ea. 10 0'3 Lb. .39REG. '
lie is the grandson of Mr. and I 3B.
Mrs. Prather of ,
Grady Flagler M
Beach.
Ate tuNa at R'oou1M SHURFINE EVAPORATED
PRICE 1.39

Or GRAND. THE DAUGHTER HULLS DIES CHEER King S f9 MILK 3 Tall 39'

Kathy Hull, 9, daughter of Mr. .. Cans
and Mrs. Robert Hull, PPrt Huron SAVE 20c EA. -
Mich., and grand daughterof '- FROZEN FOODS, BAKERY & DAIRY
,Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hull of
Flagler Beach, passed away December FRESH PRODUCE SEALTEST
/ Ah11igSBtMs
2 at the,University Hospital 1/s Gallon
.. in Ann Arbor; Mich. I POLE MILK Plastic Bottle' 49

She was operated on December BEANS 19'
25 for a brain tumor. Mr,
Hull said the parents gave her 10 Oi. McKENZIE BLACK EYED
kidney to another patient In

the hospital at the same time. RED PEAS 2 ,pkc.39-
Funeral services will be held

the'!.thls week. .
GRAPES -. 299
Ox. MASTER CHEF
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron 1 1I

.visited, in Atlanta, Georgia during FRENCH

their the son Christmas and daughter holidays in with law, i CARROTS Cello 10- FRIES I Plc<. 10

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also visited with other membersof

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Choate-Salyerds I I Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Tingley DRUMMER BOYFRANKS
returned Monday from a holiday '
Wedding Announced I I visit In Charlotte, N. C. with ,J
Miss Sarah Margaret Choateof relatives. )
East Palatka and Mr I I 12 oz. 39* .r '
Alvin Salyerds of Bunnell, Pkr.
Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Dorsey,
Married In a quiet ceremony )1
were Elizabeth and Jimmie Dorsey, of \
in the Hastings Methodist '
Gainesville, Ga. were guests of
Church at five o'clock In the afternoon
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
of December 24, 1965. Whitaker the U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE ,
during holidays.
The ceremony'was performed by

the pastor, Rev. Rausmussin, In Mr. and Mrs. Archie Yates of *
CHOCK ROAST lb. 49
the presence of members of the Missouri, visited here with
families and a few close friends. I
friends Thursday afternoon. Mr.
The bride is the daughter of
Yates was a resident of Bunnell

Mrs.latka Virginia and the Akins grand of daughterof East Pa I I was about employed forty some with years the ago Bunnell and CHUCK STEAK lb. 59* .11.11j

W L. Dunsonof
Mr. and Mrs. 1 State Bank. He returned to his i
St. Johns Park. The bridegroom former home and continued In
is the son of Mr and Mrs.
business.
the banking
Tommy Salyerds of St. Johns j
Park and the grandson of Mr. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (22a lb. Avg. ;

and Mrs. Henry Salyerds, also Bradley of Espanola during the "
of St. Johns Park. holidays were their son in law
The bride was attired in a and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. lb1 27
street length dress of winter Seymore and daughter Shirley,
accessories.
white with matching of Newberry, S. C. Also Mr. and
maid of honor was J
Serving as Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman and
Miss Janet Salyerds, sister of daughters, Marsha and Lisa, of .
the bridegroom. Aubumdale. Mrs. Hoffman Is Frosty Morn ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Lloyd Stone, uncle of the also a daughter of the Bradleys.
bridegroom, served as best man. *

Following bridegroom a short will honeymoonthe return to Guests of Mrs. Naomi Hosford SMOKED PICNICS lb. 43 f

Fort Gordon, Ga., where he Is for a holiday visit included her ,

enrolled in a communicationsschool. son and in Mrs.law George and Buckman daughter, and Mr. SMOKED (New Year's Favorite) Flag Dried ( 1 PLEASE)

daughters, Georgia, Dawn, and BLACK.EYE 12

SURPRISE VISIT ON Tina Mrs., Buckman all of White Is Lake the ,former Wise. HOG JOWLS'. lb. 39' PEASLIMIT k10 JP ,

CHRISTMAS DAY
Marion Hosford of Bunnell. I
A surprise Christmas Day visIt Our Value (Limit 4 with Food Order)
with Mrs. Daisy Walker and THE PREMIUM SHORTENING
Miss Lucille Walker was made Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dura- TOMATOES Can fOe .
Reading himer Jr., and three children of tl
by Mr. and Mrs. George SNOWDRIFT3148c ,
Jr., from Lebanon, Tenn. Valdosta, Georgia, were guestsof Green Giant CORN 12 ox. Can I
his grandmother, Mrs. Nell
The Reading family, Mr. and for
Mrs. George Reading, Sr.. and Allen. NIBLETS 5 $100 ,

children, resided here at one
time and were next door neigh Mr. and Mrs. Averly Christmas Brown I Fireside 1 lb. Box Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order 'i. I
bors of the Walker family. He had calls during the Each
reminded Mrs. Walker that the holiday weekend from their I SALTINES 319*
two families had their Christmas daughter, Mary Maxwell, who is
dinner together 47 years at the Guantanamo Base In DAIRY SPECIAL I
Cuba with her husband. Also a
ago. Christmas call from their son, MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE i
1 lb. Solid f
who is stationed In
LINDA DIANE McCORT John Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McCort of of Shepard lie recently Alrforce completed Base in his Texas.basic OLEO Z lb. Z9c
Jacksonville are the parents
a daughter, born at ,the Baptist training and Is assigned there I Ib 39*
Hospital in Jacksonville December for special training. Tin FROZEN FOODS-

24. She has been named Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Mr. "G" FROZEN 9 ox. Pkf.
Linda Diane. Alvin Salyerds Is spending a
The paternal grand parentsare furlough with his family, and FRENCH FRIES Each 9*
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond will return to Ft. Gordon, Georgia FRESH PRODUCE _
Smith of BunnelL Linda Diane January 6. He is stationed s
arrived on the McCort's 16th there with the U. S. Army. J./ S. No. IPOTATOES ,
wedding anniversary, 'and Mrs.
McCort's birthday anniversary. Visiting here this week with ;I b 39c'allow
Mrs. McCort Is the former Kath i Miss Lucille Walker and Mrs. TIDE
ryn Hamilton of Bunnell.Mr. 'Daisy Walker, are Mr. and Mrs. CookingONIONS
Gorden Walker and daughter "" Giant
and Mrs.Jack Hosford hada Janet of Wlldwood. Also their 5* Size 48e.

Christmas call from their son son In law and daughter, Mr.
Airman lit Class Brice Hosford and )fl'l. David Bayless ana Firm Ripe Limit i with 5.00 or more food order

who is stationed In Turkey. He little daughter of Bryan, Texas. TOMATOES[ 29
*
said he would like to thank Mrs. Bayless is the former
everyone for their Christmas Nancy Walker, grand daughter ...
cards and gifts. They were very of Mrs. Walker. She and her husband .
much appreciated and had mad are In Texas where he Is FOR YOURCONVENIENCE 11
his Christmas much happier.Mr. continuing his education at the 50 100
Texas A. and ),I., and they are __ __ .
and Mrs. Clarence H. Nle- spending the holidays In North WE WILL BE OPEN with purchaseof
their house guestsfor fame with coupon & purchase
len had as Caroline with the Bayless (1rciant
the Christmas Holidays, their ily and in Wildwood and Bun. of (4) No. 33 Cans NEW YEAR'S DAY Size
AD DETERGENT
Pat and her friend. nell with the Walker family. Del Monte PEAS
daughter
JAN. 1 1968
Harris of St Petersburg. Coupon Void After SAT., Coupon Void AfterMonday
Joan
Florida. Also friends Sandra Levi Brannam Jr., ls home for Monday, Jan. 3, 1966 Jan. 3, 1966FOOD

Storey and Peggy Chamberlain the Christmas Halldays with I
of Maderia Beach, Florida.Mr. his parents. He Is a student at
the School of Chiropractic In

and Mrs. Ferris Solomonand Davenport, Iowa.
Davey, spent the Christmas
Holiday weekend in Douglas,i Miss Debra Ann Walter, age
Georgia visiting with relatives.I' 10. of Skokie Illinois grandniece -
of Mrs. Walter Crtal. Dew t
)Ir. and Mrs. Fred Skolar were down last Sunday to spend a RODGERS STORE Ittll
called to Cleveland. Ohio during -I week with the Creals at their
the weekend by the death home In E. Lambert Ave., Bun.

of his mother. nelL The holiday night, her "" Hill
first was her reward for a sum. "mil
Connie Shields, student at the mer-Jong Job spent cutting grass Phone 4373227UJ5.
University of Florida In Gainesville and performing other chores for OPEN SUNDAYS8tOO No. 1 BUNNELL
Is visiting here wtthbrr her parents. araItOO p.m.

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: WOMAN'S CLUB COMMUNITY MEMORIAL ,

r t r'.'. BRINGS CHRISTMAS CHEER CHURCH NEWS TO ALLFlagler

According to Mrs. Sam Novick, "Let us go into the House
', Welfare chairman of the,Flagler the Lord" (every Sunday) would
1 Woman's Club, several baskets make a good New Year's resolution -

of food were distributed to needy Food
!. families to make their Christmas Sunday School begins at 9:45a. : Store
a happy one. She says her m.with the morning worship'
," funds are depleted now and I I'j" service at 11 o'clock.

wishes to thank those"bringing I Next Sunday the "Lord's Sup FLAGLER BEACH, FLORIDA
1 articles to help fill th baskets. per" will be observed. "The Two

I iv .. ,Shut-in Club members were I Last Steps to the Cross" will be CLOSED SAT., JAN. 1, 1966 (New Years) and SUN., JAN. 2, 1966
*,' remembered with a plant each. the subject, Rev. R. W., Dickert, .
I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY and FRIDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS
T The Club's Christmas party, pastor. .
: using an idea of Mrs. E. P. Everyone is welcome to attend. DEC. 23, 24, 1965 RESERVED

] Fleurie proved to be a success STORE HOURS-8 A. M.-6 P. M. Mon. Thru Thurs-S A. M.-7 P. M. Fri. & Sat.
with everyone attending having Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody

.1' a good time. Twelve tables were and daughter, Katherine Lee, of FOR
set up representing the monthsof Alexandria, Va., were house YOUR
the year with each table as guests of his father, George NEW YEAR'STRABITION
signed to a' member whose Moody Sr., during the holidays. Hog Jowls lb. 39TONGUE
birthday came in that month.
Each table was to have a part Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hornsby
in the program pertaining to the visited In Atlanta, Georgia dur
month also. ing the Christmas weekend with IN--TEETH OUTU.

.. Tables were,Judged before the i her brother, Donnie Aaron and S. CHOICE GRADE BEEFChuck
,;'/ covered dish luncheon was servo family. They also spent some
". ed by Mrs. Laura Griswold, Mrs. time in Jacksonville with his
Max Hall and Mrs. Henry Bard. mother, Mrs. Winston D. Horns. '

I itzsky who chose the July table by and family. Steak lb. 59
as winner. Mrs. R. K. Hirst was
j in charge of this table using the
I I Dish I II
I July Fourth motif with sparklers Books Are My

I glittering bright. Her,part of the I BY Dorothy Homon I IThe' U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEFChuck
I program was outstanding when I
I Beach Public LI.
f Mrs. Max Hall sang the old English Flagler
brary, starting January 3, 1966, I
Carol ,
"Bye-Low"
j I will be three timee week,
open a
Members and guests sat at Roast
lb.
.t,. :I their birthday month table and I'Tuesday, Thursday and Satur 55
2:00 to 5:30. No charge. It's
:../'" every table was occupied but I Ifv' day : :
Fire House.
.i the June table, whose bride doll I next to the
Thanks to last Recreation
year's
,
2 rice
placed in a dish of looked
Fund, Reference section 2 Oz. DIXIE
lonely. I the JIFFY TENDER BABY BEEF
1" Traditional birthday cake and is beginning to shape up.

Ice'cream was served for dessert Several notice books head bought the in Christmas theFallwe STEAKSv 99' LIVER I IJj; 59'
and as the party was on Club
Lists such Morison's "Ox
member, Mrs. Edward A. Kru- as SKINNED-PAN READYAMERICA'S
ford of the AmericanPeople"
History
ger's birthday, she was asked to
and "Queen Victoria:
blowout the candles on a large
., Mrs. Born To Succed" and the "La. SHURFINE CRANBERRY FAVORITE
cake baked by ;Charles Sin-
I: Rousse Encylopedla of Modern
delar. Following the program an SHORTENINGCRISCO
exchange of gifts was enjoyed. Art.
Books marked "reference" may
SAUCE.
KENNETH EUGENE be studied in the Library but

DAWSON, JR. not taken out we,regret to say. '
The "New Century 1 Book of
Mr. and 'Mrs. Kenneth Eugene Facts" Is volume
the best one 10-
Dawson of Flagler Beach an. vs- 3 Lb. 59-
type of 'book, of its kind we have
nounce the arrival of a son born I ever seen. It's crammed with Can
December 23, at the Halifax.knowledge." Limit 2-With 5.00 or more food order Limit 1-With 5.00 or more food order
i Hospital' In. Daytona Beach. He

"I' weighed five pounds 14 ounces Obsidian, e black smooth vol 300 BUSH BLACK EYE MONOGRAM LONG CRAINPEAS
,\, and has been given the name of canic mineral, was the first
,: '.., Kenneth Eugene Dawson, Jr. glass known to ancient man.
;;, ,,': He is the grandson of Mr. and I: & ..10RICE Lb.39

f,", 3p- Mrs., Grady Prather ,of Flagler Bag
t Beach. -
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M' ALL KINGS a sm "
SHURFINE
4 EVAPORATEDCHEER
,, REG. PRICE 1.39
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;,* GRAND DAUGHTER
t ',.' OP THE HULLS DIES MILK
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Kathy Hull, 9, daughter of Mr. ;... if.fD
and Mrs. Robert Hull, Pprt Huron .
SAVE 20c EA.
I. Mich., and grand daughter \. FROZEN FOODS, BAKERY & DAIRY
I. of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hull of

I .. t Flagler Beach, passed away December > FRESH PRODUCE -
OWMOltittslsI jjjjjfS
kl 1 2 at the,University Hospltal % Gallon
i :. in Ann Arbor; Mich.. PI..ticBottle 49-
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," She was operated on December BEANS 19* ,
25 for a brain tumor. Mr.

Hull said the parents" gave her I 10 Oz. McKENZIE BLACK EYED
kidney to another patient in
r the hospital at the same time. '
Funeral services will be held PEAS 2 'Pkg.22L2Q0 .

there. his week.i GRAPES

': .. Mr. and 'Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron I 9 Oz. MASTER CHEF

" w. ,visited, In Atlanta, Georgia durIng FRENCH

4 the Christmas holidays with 1 Lb.
w their son and daughter in law, I CARROTS Cello iiPFRIES I Pkt 18-

11- ,!WI Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Aaron. They I Pkr.
,;' also visited with other members I

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Choate-Salyerds I I and Mrs. F. W. Tingley DRUMMER BOY
returned Monday from a holiday
Wedding Announced I I visit in Charlotte N. C. with FRANKS39c \

Miss Sarah Margaret Choateof relatives.Mr. .
East Palatka and Mr. 1 I 12 oz. .
of Bunnell, Pkg. :
Alvin' Salyerds
and Mrs. Haskel ,Dorsey,
Married in a quiet ceremony
were Elizabeth and Jimmie Dorsey, of
in the Hastings Methodist]
Gainesville, Ga. were guests of
Church at five o'clock in the aft
her parents )Ir. and Mrs. L. I M.
ernoon of December 24, 1965. Whitaker, during the holidays.Mr. U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
The ceremony was performed I by

the pastor, Rev. Rausmussin, in and Mrs. Archie Yates of *
CHUCK
the presence of members of the Missouri, visited here with ROAST lb. 49
families and a few close friends.
friends Thursday afternoon. Mr.
The bride is the daughter of
resident of Bunnell
Yates was a
Mrs. Virginia Akins of East Pat, about forty some years ago and
and the daughterof I CHUCK STEAK
latka grand was employed with the Bunnell Ib. 59'
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dunsonof State Bank. lie returned to his .
St. Johns Park. The bridegroom
former home and continued In
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .
the banking business.Guests
Tommy Salyerds of St. Johns
Park and the grandson of Nand Fresh Florida Grade "A" D &! D (2.2Ib.) Avg.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. I G.
Mrs. Henry Salyerds, also Bradley of Espanola during the
of St. Johns Park. holidays were their son in law
The bride was attired in a and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. ]D. lb1 27
dress of winter rn
street length accessories. Seymore and daughter Shirley,
white with matching of Newberry, S. C. Also Mr. and
maid of honor was
Serving as Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman and
Miss Janet Salyerds, sister of daughters Marsha and Lisa, of
the bridegroom. Auburndale. Mrs. Hoffman is Frosty Morn ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Lloyd Stone, uncle of the also a daughter of the Bradleys.
bridegroom, served as best man.

Following bridegroom a short will honeymoonthe return to I Guests of Mrs. Naomi Hosfordfor SMOKED PICNICS Ib. 43 ;

I is a holiday visit included her
Fort Gordon Ga., where he
enrolled in a communications son and in Mrs.law George and daughter Buckman, and Mr.: SMOKED (New Year's Favorite) Flaga DriedBLACKEYE (LIMIT 1 PLEASE)

school. daughters, Georgia, Dawn, and 12 ",

SURPRISE VISIT ON Tina Mrs., Buckman all of White Is Lake the ,former Wise. HOG JOWLS lb. 39'Our PEAS W

CHRISTMAS DAY
Marlon Hosford of Bunnell.Mr. .
A surprise Christmas Day vis Value (Limit with Food Order)
It with Mrs. Daisy Walker and THE PREMIUM SHORTENING
Miss Lucille Walker was made Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Durs TOMATOES Can fOe
and three children of
hlmer Jr.,
by Mr. and Mrs. George Read SNOWDRIFTV1BLETS .
Ing, Jr., from Lebanon, Tenn. Valdosta, Georgia, were guestsof Green Giant CORN 12 oz. Can
The Reading family, Mr. and his grandmother Mrs. Nell forOO

Mrs. George Reading, Sr. and Allen. 5 3 Tin 48e.
children, resided here at onetime
and were next door neigh Mr. and Mrs. Averly Brown Fireside 1 lb. Box Limit 1 with 5,00 or more food order
bors of the Walker family. He had calls during the Christmas; Each
reminded Mrs. Walker that the holiday weekend from their SALTINES 1ge

two families had their Christ daughter, Mary Maxwell, who Is ,
mas dinner together 47 years at the Guantanamo Base In DAIRY SPECIAL -
Cuba with her husband. Also i a
ago.
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Christmas call from their son,
who Is stationed In 1 lb. Solid.
LINDA DIANE McCORTMr. John Brown
Alrforce Base in Texas. ''Ton "'
Jacksonville. and Mrs.are Bobby the parents McCort of of Shepard He recently completed his basic I LEO 2" 29e'

a daughter, born at ,the Baptist training and is assigned there f 3ge
Hospital in Jacksonville Decem for special training. FROZEN FOODSMr. -

.y 24. She has been named 1 with $5.00 or more food order Mr. "G" FROZEN 9 oz. Pkf.
Linda Diane. Alvin Salyerds Is spending a
The paternal grand parentsare furlough with his family, and FRENCH FRIES Each 9c

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond i will return to Ft. Gordon, Georgia FRESH PRODUCE _
Smith of Bunnell. Linda Diane I January 6. He Is stationed
arrived on the McCort's 16th : there with the U. S, Army. U. S. No. 1'OTATOES
wedding annlVt'l'lary.and Mrs. ,
McCort's birthday anniversary I Visiting here this week with lbs. 39c
Mrs. McCort is the former Kath MUs Lucille Walker and Mrs. TIDE
'
ryn Hamilton of Bunnell. i Daisy Walker, are Mr. and Mrs. Yellow CookingONIONS
Gorden; Walker and daughter lb. Giant
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hosford hada Janet of Wildwood. Also their 5c Size 48e.

Christmas call from their son. son in law and daughter, )ft.,
Airman 1st Class Brice Hosford and Mrs. David Bayleu ana Firm Ripe Limit i with 5.00 or more food order

who is stationed In Turkey. He little daughter of Bryan. Texas TOMATOES lb. 29C
said he would like to thankeveryone Mrs. Bayless is the former

for their Christmas Nancy' Walker, grand daughter ... vtiv
cards and gifts. They were very of Mrs. Walker. She and her hus I
much appreciated and had made band are In Texas where he is FOR YOURCONVENIENCE rfI;:
his Christmas much happier. continuing his education at the! 50 100
Texas A. and M-, and they are I __ __
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Nle- spending the holidays In North I WE WILL BE OPEN
with St purchase
sen had as their house guests Caroline with the Bayltu family with coupon A purchased coupon
for the Christmas Holidays th rdau&hter and In Wildwood and'Bun. ; of (4) No. 33 Cans NEW YEAR'S DAY of (1) Giant Size
Pat and her friend Mil with the Walker family. Del Monte PEAS AD DETERGENT
Void After SAT., JAN. 1, 1966 Coupon Void AfterMonday
Coupon
Joan Harris of St. Petersburg.Florida. .
Also friends Sandra Levi Brannam Jr.. .U home lot.the Monday, Jan. 3, 1063 WlW.J Jam 3, 1988w.3
#%#
Storey and Peggy Chamberlainof Christmas Halldays with I
Madcria Beach Florida.Mr. his parents. He U a student atthe
School of Chiropractic In

and Mrs. Ferris Solomon Davenport. Iowa.
and Davey, spent the Christmas I
Holiday weekend in Douglas.Georgia Miss Debra Ann Walter age I
visiting with relatives.Mr. 10. of Skokle. Illinois. grand :
"niece of Mrs. Walter Creal flew'
and Mrs. Fred Skolar were down last Sunday to spend a RODGERS STORE
FOOD
. called to Cleveland Ohio dur I week with the Creak at their grruiit
ing the weekend by the deathof home In E. Lambert Ave. Bun nil
his mother. nelL The holiday night her Hill
first was her reward for a sum "".Mil
Connie Shields, student at the mer-long Job spent cutting grassand Pboo 437-3227
University of Florida In Gaines performing other chores forK OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
yule Is visiting here with her h parents. 8:00 a.m1 lOO pja.

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Florida's 'Loyal Goose waddle through southern cotton. '
Economy fields, destroying weeds more

! On Bright Side Rivals Dog As efficiently al weeders than, or herbicides.man, mechanic.Geese Call On Us

are credited with reducing the

Florida's economy Is roundingout Man's Best FriendIs cost of growing an acre of cotton .

1965 on the bright side, the I from $124 to $98. Said the
Florida State Chamber of Commerce the barnyard goose man'ssecond I owner of a 10,000-acre Louisiana!

stated in the final issue best friend? : plantation with 4,500 geese: "If I
I I
of the year of its Weekly Business Geese make faithful watchdogs I it weren't for them, I couldn't

Review."A determined shepherds, efficient i stay'in the cotton business." When : ,
field hands, and good In Washington and Oregon
yearend check of the principal companions. When geese have thousands of geese roam peppermint .
I Indicators shows that the reached the end of their working fields\as weeders. They

majority are favorable. Gains days, they make the supreme are retired after two seasons,
should carry well over into 1966, : sacrifice. They are delicious to having by then developed a

ia year which promises a continuation taste for mint plants.
of solid growth," the state eat.Geese have been serving man Many a young domestic goose has You Need

chamber said."Although other bird, the
as long as any become a family pet; It answersto

annual totals for National Geographic Society Its name and responds to

1965 are not yet In, enough data says. The graylag goose depict petting with contented hissing.
are available to indicate trend ed on ancient Egyptian frescoes, This wise goose knows a good

levels. These show personal income is probably the oldest domesticbird. thing-It rarely ends up on a
of Floridians running 9 Chinese swan geese were I: holiday dinner table.

cent ahead of 1964, and sales tamed at least, 2,000 years ago. I
per Selective breeding of the two I
ahead. 'GOODPrinting
tax collections 10 per cent I
Sales of farm products are 6 per species has produced the many i The first thoroughbred race
cent over 1964. varieties of domestic geese: In breeding farm in central Floridawas

the process, the tamed geese established over 20 years
Bank debits, long consideredthe I have lost their ability to fly ago, when limestone-rich land
best single Indicator of business and surrendered stable familylife. was selling for $17 per acre.

t activity, are up 9 per cent Wild geese are monogamous .
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in the state. but domestic ganders are I I
veritable Casanovas. I
I Community
. "One of the surest barometersof
Geese Saved RomeA
state's economic health is
the Memorial
honking, hostile goose long Church
the level of employment of wage
has been recognized as a superior I .ater-de..a..tl1
and salary workers. By October,,
watchdog. In ancient, I
AIR CONDITIONED .
the index of this employmentstood
Rome, the sacred geese of the,I ,
at a peak of 168, up from Dayton Ave.
Temple of Juno were credited
161 In 1964. Manufacturing employment FLAGLER BEACH
with saving the city from ma
shared this gain In an
rauding Gauls in 390 B.C. Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

eight"Although point advance construction in index.employment Enemy scouts, sent into the cityat Church Service 11:00 A.M. OFFICE FORMS

has held well over night awakened the geese, R. W. DICKERT! Pastor
which set up such a clamor that I KVKRYONB WKLCOMK
1964, the Industry Itself still
they woke the Roman defend. ..... ENVELOPESINVOICES
needs Improvement. Also causing II .fla.to J!
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J some concern are a lessoning ers.Today ,
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In Dumbarton, Scot.
business Incorporations
/ of new
and a gain in business land, a gaggle of 18 geese patrol MILLERELECTRONICS
the sheds storing thousands
failures. I
of barrels of aging whiskey. At

the sight of an introuder, pre. I 1744 Ocean Shore Bird. LETTER HEADS

umably thirsty, the geese start I
WANT ADSListings cackling and guads come run. REPAIRS ON TV'S

ning. : WASHERS BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS

Johnannesburg, South Africa,I
DRYERS
under this heading are pet shop owner was deluged
I
3 cents a word minimum each insertion.charge with orders for watch geese aft. 'Call Collect 672-0377 I
75 cents is the I
er he boasted: "They do not
3 bedroom home for rent, nice doze off and will not make ALL WORK GUARANTEED

location on East Moody Boule friends with prowlers." BILL HEADS

vard. Telephone 4373600. In Askam-In-Furness, England
Dec. 30-Itp ,
villagers complained that
local PETERSON TEXACO RULED FORMS .
Furnished apartment for rent. geese were too aggressive. SERVICE ._
4373367. One factory girl said geese
Call Harris Appliances,
ROAD SERVICE
Dec. 23-tf. chased her regularly as she
walked to work. "It's horrible Light Mechanical Work TICKETS and TAGS

FOR RENT- 2 bedroom duplex when they are In a bad mood," Phone 4373441 Funnel

apt., screened porch and car. she said. 'There's only one t
port. Call 4373304. 11-25-Tfc thing to do-run." j

FOR SALE. LEASE.7 OR-RENT2bedroom -; Farmers In New Jersey and I O. F. ALTORDBegistered CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
[ I IL Texas have employed geese to
I. Florida room, and
herd sheep. Persistent honking
carport beach house unfurnish Real Estate Broker
and wineflappin and an occasional
ed. Hurricane 'fence encloses
nip on. a sheep'stallor Bunnell Florida
back yard. Call 4373472. 11.4-tf
r
ear keeps the herd In line.

FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2U Ceee Weed Cotton

bath, double garage, central Geese come Into their own as HASTINGS MATTRESS

heating, fire place, large Florida Weeders. With ingenious encouragement & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
room, situated on 160x110 waterfront they can be made
lot. Call 439-2203, Flagler to clean cottonfields, strawberry 710-12 Lemon St. We Don't Do The MostPRINTING

Beach.: 11-4-tl patches, asparagus beds, and Palatka Florida
nursery plantings of unwanted Phone EA 5-9166

SEWING MACHINE 1965 Model plants. Grain is placed I at one FumltuUpholstering.
t clearance sale. We have 7 1965 end of the field and water at Repaired & Refinished
Mattresses & Box Spring
,, round bobbin sewing machines the other to keep the birds mov Made to Order.Also Renovated
left. These machines are completely ing back and forth. Can, Laura Morris 437-333)

guaranteed. Equipped to The foragers fan out evenly 1 I Alter 6tOO P. l+[.
zigzag, makes buttonholes, etc. among the rows. Weeding geese I PRICES REASONABLE. But We Do Some of the Best

$25: is total price. Will accept have some bad habits: They BUDGET PLAN IT NEEDED
older machine for part payment. tend to knock off In the heat Just as near as Tour
Call Orlando 425.3577 collect. of the day and will stop workto Phone or Post Office
6-1Otc Drop Us A Card or Call
11.4-Jan cluster around a visitor.
_.,-- Free Pick-up & DelireryFOR
Perhaps a million geese now
Bunnell,
COre UPHOLSTERY,

Fla Hwv.. 11. will pick up and ..__.__.._...............
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deliver &11-furniture free.: For : .. .................... mnnrwmro

sample material and prices on : ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Dial 4373282The

labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf :

SEPTIC TANK cleanings : AMBULANCE

fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable : PHONE VAlley 41625

prices. Call George Ja. : SERVICE
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
roz. ID,7.3410 8.1..U I

Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance We '

JOHNSTON'S are always at your service with promptness, safety and

rLAGLEB BEACH SALTS CO. experience.

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
and Inhalator
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator
WATER FRONT FARMS

ACREAGE Garcia Funeral HomeP. Flagler Tribune
gee tu for your real estate needs

Office Phone HE 9-2242 E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral> :

Residence Phones ID 7-3601 I LADY ASSISTANT $
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Thursday, Dec. 30-, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN i

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Forest Service controlling! fires, forest pests r: I wrote a column deploring the solution- regardless of where the--Subscribe-to- Th-- -----...I

and tree diseases; plant reforestation -, alarming drought conditions in responsibility may lie.I S1MATCAB Hogltr Tribune ,

; administer the sale the Everglades National Park respect all of these agenciesbut .
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Produces ----
Greener and harvesting of timber; grant which threatens to destroy wild feel that differences of opinion IX TilE TincUIT COURT 8BVKKTII -

grazing permits; survey boundary life to say nothing of the park Jl'UH'IAl.' CIRCUIT lf!
should be set aside and a AND FOIl KLA< "'u t COUNTY.
lines; track down timber itself.I combined effort be made to KI.OHII1A. I.V CIIANCKItY+ NO.
Christmas TreesMany pro- '
rustlers; and conduct scientific tect the tremendous asset we Alai RT B, rOWELL and PEGGY .
research in the of am informed by the Central I C. WW.LU hi. else ,
Christmas trees management in "
were possess our National Park 1'l.intltt :
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j and Southern Flood Control Dis-
forest
greener, bushier, and fresher lands. The government with the welfare of the state and CPLsA'RK
{ trlct in HOWARD
that that flood
foresters I assuming and INEZ '
this year, thanks to scientists of work closely with state .nation uppermost In mind. CLARK his wife

the United States Forest Service. and private foresters. j j t control activities were responsi The National Parks system, Defendants.NOTICH ,!
ble for the park situation was OK CULT
Botanists at the Forest Genetics As one described his despite threats its i
ranger incorrect and they point out that past to survival IN THR NAME OF THE+ STATE

Laboratory in Placerville, Job "I'm the man between-between I in all flood control operations has never yet lost a park, TO?: %Jr OWA1RDACLARK and INEZ

California have been perfectingnew the timber cutter who full protection of the EvergladesPark let us hope that the Everglades CLARK, his wife, whose real

hybrid pines with more wants to log the whole forest; has been carefully consid National Park will not become You dence are hereby la unknown notified that ft

branches, thicker needles, and the picnicker who,wants electric I I ered. the first. complaint to foreclose a real estate
I mortravo recorded In Official Heoordt -
longer-lasting cones. lights and running water behind i Hook 16. faire $S5, of the Pubs

Improving Christmas trees Is I every tree; the wilderness lover 'I| They point out that subnormal OTI.1 : the llo Records followingdescribed, of Klarler County, on
'I OKMKKT1NU property
just one of myriad Jobs carried who wants no roads and no people ,I rainfall for a four year period to Tr'he'
Notice hereby gIven that the Weal Half W
( %) of the
, out by the Forest Service, the I ; the sportsman who wants has brought about the condition annual metin of the Stockholder Northeast Quarter (}tffou) of

60-year-old branch of the De good hunting and fishing; and that now exists in the nell of will the be Cltliens held at Hank the office of Hun-of of the Section Northeast> Quarter Township(I NBU It)

partment of Agriculture. the citizen who wants to know Everglades National Park and the Bank In llunnell Klorlda onWednesday. South Range 10 East In "A".
n 13th. m at her ltounty
Tenth of All Land I all about how his taxes are being -_ the Flood Control District hast ,3:00 o'clock 1*. M..Ulor the election scribed as Tract Florida Two also(3)de In

Federal foresters administer i spent. The problem. is how I been making every effort to alleviate tor af *the Hoard ensuing of Director year and to for servo the Township lilock Ono and(1)llange said section, \

154 National Forests covering to satisfy everyone." the situation but until transaction of each other business has been (lied against you In the
II may properly come before the above
182 million acres in 39 states I{' High-filing Fish I these severe drought conditions meetlna required entitled to serve cause n copy and you of are
your
and another four million acres To do these varied Jobs, some ; cease and normal rainfall occurs l *c. 30.\\ICI.I.V.ma Jan.THAW--,ttoIV Cashier complaint answer or upon other plaintiff's p'.eadlnira to the

of National Grasslands. The I 17,000 rangers operate their own I.i there is little that can be done COMIT'OK Lawrence. Horns, whoso attorney address
TIIH 'IIIf'I'IT I* )'.
O.
area represents a tenth of the fleet of 60 planes and 10,000 to Improve the situation. KI.AUI.KH: COI'MTY, KI.OIIIUA+ )Florlda fox (117. Dayton file the*ordinal Beach

Nation's land, and stretches trucks. There is a 300-man force!, JOHN CIIAMCKHY U. IXJ.Non.MO. A20a ounce answer tO UIIJO'h the pleadlnva In the ,
They further point out that Clerk of the Circuit
from the frigid fiords of Alaskato of "smoke Jumpers." .. 1'lalnllff, Court of Klaa-ler County, Florida,
the Mt
park management Itself is liunnell, Klorlda,
on or before
the of Lousl- Forest Service pilots: some- MAIUIARET the 34th
cypress swamps tOVO1t.Defendant. day of
largely to blame since failure to "The January, u..
ana. Tonto National Forest i in times restock fishing areas by NOTICH TO 1)I':i-'KNf nated a.Klairler the Tribune" la desl'..

Arizona is bigger than Connecticut. diving low and literally bomb provide proper water conservation TUB HTATH OK 'IUNOIt' TO: this notice shall newspaper be llbll.heunCle In which
in the park area has aggravated MARGARET! eacweek fur four
ing lakes with fingerling trout Si Klngsland Street weeks. consecutive

Asked If the drop hurt the fish the problem permitting Nutley, New Jersey ihiltEIN: FAIL NOT OU A 01 1.
As and Americans'take
more more waters received the to You are hereby notified that a C'IU.N: I'UO CONKKMMO
by park WILL
HM
to the woods trained one pilot remarked, "Not unlessI .ult has been filed against you In ENTIItEI) AOAINT
more You Foil
I flow unchecked to Florida Bay the above entitled cauI..nd you t9UCit r'Atr.Ult10,
foresters are needed. As a pub miss and drop them in thtrees. e and the Gulf of Mexico. are.hereby required ktf"lthr.o anawer W1TNUSM my hand and seal at .
with the Court nunnell.
lie service, the National Geographic I With varied interests vitally and to serve a ropy thereof uponthe this 10th Planer day of December County, Flurl,la,
Society recently Joined The Forest Service i Is the only plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, <*+KAL) K. A. NMYTlim 1MB.
concerned with the problem, It whose name and address !Is: Clerk Circuit
with the American Forestry Association major government branch that HAY fllOLDtSN Flakier Court
is natural that conflict of County
a opinion Helden Uulldln A.c 33.30 a
im A Jan 2.13ItoIY
in a nationwide I would develop leading to Dayton Beach Florid "* "
hunt for potential fores'ers. growing not later thtn January 29, A. t>. TIIM CIIICI'IT' 'cOl'llT -"
IK
charges and counter charges by 19". KI.A.a.Klt: '
Society grant enabled this booklet oer saies, grazing ,permits, ana -If- you fall to do w. decree pro IV ( these interests.If ""' "'""
confeaso will bn entered uiralnat RITA ciVITAS;
"So You Want To Be A Forester other fees amounted to more I have unintentionally accused you for the relief demanded In the '
than $149 million. The is bill of complaint, Th. nature of I'lalntlff.
to be sent free to 30,000 profit ,
the Flood Control District said unit being. for divorce. JOHN CIVITAN!
secondary schools across the of course a pittance comparedwith WITNKHM and anal of ?,
the U. t'h'r.I
and S. Army Corps of Engineers Defendant.!
the said Court tllh day of December NOTIC'H TO
benefits that don't DHKN.VU: :
country.Dr. in the matter, I am sorry A. ft. tail TICK HTATK OK' ..FIXJKIDA TO
'A.
show in Ontclal Heal K. NMYTHH JOHN
up bookket'plngrl"Cre'I CIVITAN!
Melvin M. Payne, executive and
apologize, however, I suggest Clerk of nld Circuit Court whose residence

vice president and secretaryof I I wildlife, increasing timber that they also protest to lly Julia It. Deputy Harvey Clerk You .arm(hereby a..and are unknown

National Geographic said. and growing water re Peter Fark author of the article Deo.: 10, IOU A Jan. .-13-3ft-4teiv suit has been filed' notified against' you that In it

"Participation in the project reflects sources. which first appeared in the Au. TIIM i-mrriT roriiT iv ANn are the hereby above entitled r"u."I! you
required
the Society's long Interestin dubon Magazine and later Milt MI.AU1,111'OUNTY' KMMt* awer with the Clerk to of file' your an
was this Court
IDA IV niANt'KIIY! CA'M NO. and to serve *
conservation." condensed and published in the sip' the plaintiff' or plaintiffs copy. thereof upon

The green- and khaki-clad November Issue of the Reader'sDigest HOWARD LKltCIf, Plaintiff whose RAY name and address. attorney 1st
HICLDICN
forest ranger must be a professional Too Late on which the column was KMKKHON M..v..WILHON! and Held Dayton n Head

jack-of-all-trades woodsman based. TIIM NI+:W YOItK HANK KCHlHAVINOM later than Florid
hUllfl January I, A. D. I
of New York New Yorkr.tendants Ml.
scientist engineer econo- I can only suggest that Cen confcsso you fall lo do en. decree pro

mist, accountant, public relations To Classify tral and Southern Flood ControlProject 8TATM NOTirw OK FLORIDA or ariTTHW till for of th': relief\be demanded entered against In the

expert, and somewhat ofa the Everglades National TO! 'OIl: NKW New HANK s ail' suit complaint b'n.' '. The nature of
BY .XlUMll .COY HAVING* of York. VyiTNEfltf hand ('!..
nomad. Park, U. S. Corp of Engineers New York whoa business ad- eels Court this my and seal of

To take care of a forest's mul Based on an article that ap and Florida Game and FreshWater York..* Is New 110 I'ark York Avenue, New bar(Official. A. p.Heal I'I. 7th day of Decent*

tiple-use resources recreation, peared in a recent issue of the Fish Commission all get You are hereby. notified that Clerk of 10. A. HUYTIIM
cult hat been filed. against 1 In said Circuit Court
wildlife timber, forage and wa Reader's Digest, which I have together and study the problem the above entitled cauae: and fit!that' lly Julia .&. Harvey

ter-rangers organize means of generally found to be reliable and unite their efforts to find a you are) hereby required/ to file your !I.C!. ,...-.U.'oUoI Deputy Clerk t
answer with the Clerk of thli _
.. Court, and to serve ropy thereof TIIW nnrirrr- ____
I'lalntlff.' or Plaintiff* Ji mutr, nvKVTII -
al'rn.;: iiiriAI.
whose name and addreaa AND KOIt cutri/lT, iv
I. W. I. Wadawortn I'. U. Hoi .fihunnall .....lInllu. KI.AMI.KII COUNTY',
Florida not later than JUDITH ITIANI'KMY :Mil aims
AHICIIT
January 13. !M". FOWLKR.:
If you fall to do ao, decree pro ". PlaintiffHALI'lt
t.o will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the AKDlTIl'FOWLUR..

\\JV 0 complaint.The nature of eald suit being for NtT1'slNr nil.!. MOILIYUnCo I'UIMCATIOV Defendant.OV
foreclosure of Mechanic Lien recorded IN TIIM NAUHJ
In q1t. Hook 4.1I0'/1* l:f OK FLO'tlDAl OK THW TATE
of the public
.1 r TO: UALI'lf
I County, Florid. the description of whns residence ARDITH FOWIJdR
.
the properly wfr.oed.4 against, be UHKCTfN'JK: la unknown.
in* as
: And ye dial be my ton and daughter% All that certain property situate admonl.You | are* !. hereby ordered cited and notified.
and being In required' ;
Italic County lo file
Saith the lord AlllUlhty.Houca Florida. more particularly described eomplajnt your Died a/iew.r 10 I he bill of
1:10 Isaiah 43:6 '. aa follows! Lot II In the herein against you
f lilock t Mob b', Subdivision. ot offlee of abova.enlllled the cause. In the
netl., Heath Ylor/da. No. Courtn/ and Clerk of the Circuit
Dayton Avenue, South Florida' for Flagler: County,
We are, Indeed all children of Flagler fleach. Florida.Together of January on or before the 10th day
,
God. Every man, every Individtul with all structures Copy of such A. D. till, and lo servo
and Improvement now and here* /. Hlack. answer upon Iwvld
has equal opportunity to be- after on acid land. In, whose I'lalntlff attorney here*
lima in God, to accept tamtkn. WITNI:.... my hand and the seal 1 edit.Is s! I Klrsi Federal
of said Court at Hunnell 'nlt: North flrandvlew Av
riorlda. *
I It is a birthright made: ale enue. Reach
'. jO, this "th day of December A. D. or before; said. dale Florid*, on
.". through Goer Jove for ilL If55: the lAW' of a. reoulred by
HEAL) K. A. 0MYTIIH ida Klorlda. and (no Flor
Rulee
Herein liei the strength of of (..
I Clerk of Circuit' Court The Tribune" ,..
.' Christ Herein lie the FlagUr County, florid designated Flagler I* hereby

! 1 I' .. strength! of the individual Chri. 1Je-,.-'31-30 1MI aV Jan.l3-
: ; ;. '" UanTlf we believe in God and TIIW tillcvril'O'RT" : : or" one 1Y ..ks.* week for four eon.rutlr.
I KM>HI/.A iv ACt run .... HKIIRIN/ KAIL NOT OR
;. tadmfrnd the example of the .AU. pKCItKW: |'|(O A
..J'.., \ MCH orwrr. .tYt T" III". llM I:NT t(1NhttMNlWId/ ,
life of Christ ( '
earth
upon we act tIAI. rillCtlT. l.t nU"'II'' Y 'U/" "'faekl)4 IOU t'OI&
't' cording find It easier to meet It O. .,.... The .
/ nature of this"
t LfLA IXTTTKII.I'lalntlff.. for suit U ft bill
: the trial* and temptations of 111* dlvorre)

i'\' -I-- and to recognize the rifhttvofothers. ItohiEitTs1 .fflco WITNKMH at liunnell.my' hand Klafler and, L'ount'
'OTTER. Klrl4a. .
I I 1).ndant.tKI'E A. I). ."this' lib day of December,
'", The hope of /salvation which: rt' ni:YKfu <|i..l) J2 'A.
ft peace eternal, Is God's promise TUB STATE JtmiKftT Or rilM. TO; Clerk JiMtTIIV.of VU Clreull
I HJTTKIt Court
to all fMpMr We rma* remember ADOIUCMM UNKNOWN David I*Flaa-ler IFlack County Florid. *

however that God expect You are hereby notified thai a Attorney for llalnllff
suit has been
1114 stalest v 1 In (01 North
:., Bomethfni of us in return. the above entitled cauuee ant you Day tea. ltea fJraadview.b, FlorM Aveaue
are hereby reaolred to fll. *
you
I answer with the Clerk of thl; 9. I*. 31. 3'- Court sad to sane .. copy thereof
upon IBO llalnilff or the flalallff*
f tslMy. whole
name and ttddreMDONALD
Read y.wr IHU I dolly /es a Jlagl/tr" / CfrlbNt'XMKLL.
K. neCK
t and 11 Saint d stnAugu.tie.. KUrt4. II4K KMHUDA
GO TO CHURCH: not Uur than the ilia day of Jan*
urr, iSIS.
SUNDAY If 5.v fall l. 4a so. de.reo Salts M ft rULUBn. Editor'
I ronf.'.o will be entered r.alas: t
you f.r In* relief .....a)4e4 l. Ifc4 3).sIguei.d aewepe.ee for .u
; kill el complaint ...... Adrsetl.l.t
TIM nature of ..>4
suit being for
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I PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday' Dec. 30, 1965
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b yell." those with' a religious theme remain
I The popularity of calendar popular. One of the most
"I I I girls has declined in the past elaborate designs on a 1966 cal.
. \ lew I decade. Presently in demand are endar features a three-dimen
l ing in me / I Il I practical'calendars, especially sional color photograph of Mich-
those with large squares for Jotting elangerlo's Pieta.
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down appointments and Still holding their own, too,
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notes. A kitchen calendar has a that the
i are calendars predict
; pocket at the bottom to hold
weather for each and every day
trading stamps or, Inevitably of the year. They confidently assert -
II bills ,that January 7 will be cold;
Among traditional calendars April 15, cloudy; July 20, hot.
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,. '. 4/ BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL

I :, .' ,' "\ ..... f .. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1965 (36

; ". \ Jan. 4 .................Tuesday St. Joseph .................Home
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9 Jan. 7. ...................Friday Florida ,D and B..AwayJan.
11 ...............Tuesday Hastings ......................Away
Jan. 14 .._.............Friday Baldwin ......................Home
Jan. 18 ::..............Tuesday St. Augustine ........._..Home
Jan. 21 ..........._._.Friday St. Joseph .................Away
as Y k yxr Jan. 25 ......._.......Tuesday Lopez ..._.............._.....Home
.' Jan. 28 ..........._....Friday Florida Military ..._...Home
Feb. 1 ..............Tuesday Crescent City ..._......A way,
Feb. 4 ....................Friday Hillard ......._...............A way -
Feb. 5 ................Saturday St. Augustine .....__...A way
Feb. 8 ................Tuesday Florida D & B..HomeFeb.
11 .................Friday Callahan ..........._.......Away
Feb. '15 .............Tuesday Hastings ..._......_.........lIome
( Feb. 18 .................Friday Baldwin -......_.............Away
I f 1<, Game Starts at 7:00.
,f,. \ WQVe All Games Start at 6:30.:
t Girls play Pierson both games, No "B" game' either
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CLEAN BURNING

I Modern Design tising.
Twenty-two businessmen sponsored
-. the calendar, and the part. STANDARD
Replaces Girls ners printed a thousand copies.
Mrs. J. W Brown is In Tallahassee Osborne and Murphy netted .

I for a holiday visit, with On New Calendars ; $300 on the deal, and abandoned
her son in law and daughter, Mr.I I journalism In favor of calendar
.j and Mrs. Glenn Sears. Time was when calendar art publishing. In a few years, Os.
meant an idyllic landscape or a I borne, who had split from his PRODUCTS
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M| B. pretty girl. No more. partner, was advertising his DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
: Fuller for Christmas dinner included Vine-covered cottages are eter company as the world's fore. I
1. Mrs. Helen Sullivan, Bun. nally popular and girls still most calendar house and offer. DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
nell; Mrs. Ora Miller and Bob reign supreme in garages and ing $3,500 in prizes for original Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
Barbour of Daytona Beach; and barber' shops. But the trend in paintings.
George Moody Sr., of Flagler free calendars, sent out at year'al I In 1896, Herbert Huse Blgelow
Beach. end by American firms ,Is teamed with a printer to start
I toward modern design and fine Brown & Blgelow In St. Paul BUDDY KNOX
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TAX RECORDS NOW calendars that blend with manufacturer.' It turns out Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.S.
modern decor. One 1966 calen 60 million a year.
With the filing season begin. dar, for example consists of a 1903 Fencing GUI
tilng January 1, now Is the time tingle sheet seven Inches wide.I By 1903, pretty girls were Highway 1 (SS) Phone 437-3652
to gather financial records to and 32 inches long with a wood. I standard calendar ornaments.The .
help you prepare your 1965 Fed. rod at the bottom. Numeralsand
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eral income tax return. advertising are secondaryto Issued Alton's 1903 Fencing AND CARBURETORS
F.. S. Schmidt, District Directorof I the stylized design. Girl Art Calendar with "four
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said today that cancelled checks, Contemporary or traditional, ten inches high, reproduced In
receipts, records of contributions, some 400 million calendars will colors." The Fencing Girl worea t -
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also provides ,a good guide for I In the 19th century. In 1879 for with silk ribbon, ,are the graceful ATTENDANT I EQUIPPEDCHAPEL '
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